Joe Rosner is a crime prevention and self defense expert with military, law enforcement and professional bodyguard experience. You will enjoy his high-energy, informal, personal presentation, punctuated with enough commonly known information to keep you interested and involved.
Joe helps people to "prepare without the scare" by using humor, audience participation and common sense ideas to be safe. He learned and tested simple, effective strategies to recognize and avoid dangerous people and situations and know what do when confronted by violence.
This valuable program teaches potentially life-saving skills and helps keep your human resource team safer on the job. Employees gain verbal and physical skills to protect themselves and others from harm while gaining personal confidence and reducing stress levels.
The scope and impact of workplace violence in business settings. How common is it? What is the financial cost? How does it impair the ability of a business organization to provide conduct commerce and attract as well as retain employees. The four types of workplace violence and their associated risk factors.
Domestic violence, relationship violence or intimate partner violence, it doesn't matter what you call it, when violence follows the victim to the workplace and the effects are devastating to the victim, the coworkers and the company's bottom line.
We've seen a dramatic change in how consumers search for businesses ,including doctors, dentists, hospitals and other healthcare providers. The role that online reviews play in consumers' research and decision-making process has exploded. We have also seen how Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube spread stories and pictures with a speed never seen in human history. If someone feels mistreated they can share an exaggerated review that does immediate, severe and long lasting damage to your brand. One or more bored employees can video a revolting act and post it for all to see.